For the first time since 2002, the Cleveland Browns actually have a chance to make the rivalry with Pittsburgh mean something. á ItÆs not a rivalry when one team is constantly winning. The other team has to win some games to keep it interesting. With 12-straight victories against the Browns, the Steelers are firmly in control of the rivalry at the moment. If the Browns can pull out a victory tonight, things definitely will get more interesting. á The Browns matchup well against Pittsburgh right now. The Steelers have one of the worst special teams units in the league currently, giving up four scoring returns in five games. That stretch, by the way, started by giving up a 98-yard return to Joshua Cribbs. á Assistant head coach/special teams coordinator Brad Seely has crafted one of the ...
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